Following in her older sister Maddie’s footsteps “like a little duck,” Kenzie Ziegler joined the cast of Lifetime’s reality show “Dance Moms” at age 6, making her one of the youngest members of Abby Lee Dance Company at the time. Now — after an exhaustive house-hunting tour — the 18-year-old singer/songwriter is copying her sibling’s lead once again and picking up her very own home, having settled on a cute Los Angeles residence that checks all the boxes.
Records show the “Paper” crooner doled out $1.3 million for new digs in the suburban San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Woodland Hills. Originally built in 1956 and since updated, the gray and white-trimmed structure has three bedrooms and two baths in a little more than 1,700 square feet of living space boasting rustic hardwood floors, high wood-beam ceilings and skylights.
Tucked away on a cozy lot, off a sidewalk-lined street, the single-story house greets with a mostly xeriscaped yard. A bright blue front door opens into a spacious great room holding a living room spotlighted by a floor-to-ceiling tiled fireplace and dining area flanked by a wall of built-in bookshelves, plus a pristine kitchen outfitted with quartz countertops, and high-end Thermador and Sub-Zero appliances.
Secluded all by themselves in a separate wing are three bedrooms, including a master suite hosting a spa-like bath equipped with dual vanities, a soaking tub and glass-encased rain shower. Elsewhere is a garage that’s been converted in a bonus room, along with a family room that has sliding glass doors spilling out to a pergola.
Rounding it all out: a fenced and grassy backyard, where Ziegler told her YouTube fans she plans to add a hot tub to accompany all the raised garden beds.